Munich Railway Station Car Hire

Munich Railway Station details

Address:
Bahnhofplatz 2, 1st Floor, Car Return: Hirtenstr.14, 80335, Munich, Germany.
Contact:
Phone: +49 (89) 5490240 Fax: +49 (89) 54902466
Opening hours (*)With extra charges
  • Mon 00:00-06:59* 07:00-21:00 21:01-23:59* Tue 00:00-06:59* 07:00-21:00 21:01-23:59* Wed 00:00-06:59* 07:00-21:00 21:01-23:59* Thu 00:00-06:59* 07:00-21:00 21:01-23:59*
  • Fri 00:00-06:59* 07:00-21:00 21:01-23:59* Sat 00:00-07:59* 08:00-17:00 17:01-23:59* Sun 00:00-07:59* 08:00-17:00 17:01-23:59*

Munich Railway Station details

Address:

Bahnhofplatz 2, 1st Floor Car Return: Hirtenstr.14

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Contact:

Phone: +49 (89) 5490240 Fax: +49 (89) 54902466

Opening hours

Mon 00:00-06:59* 07:00-21:00 21:01-23:59*

Tue 00:00-06:59* 07:00-21:00 21:01-23:59*

Wed 00:00-06:59* 07:00-21:00 21:01-23:59*

Thu 00:00-06:59* 07:00-21:00 21:01-23:59*

Fri 00:00-06:59* 07:00-21:00 21:01-23:59*

Sat 00:00-07:59* 08:00-17:00 17:01-23:59*

Sun 00:00-07:59* 08:00-17:00 17:01-23:59*

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Munich Railway Station location

Rent a car at Munich Main Station with Europcar

Centrally located in the heart of Munich, the Munich Train Station (locally known as Munich Hauptbahnof) is one of the largest travel hubs in Germany offering both regional and domestic services. Within easy reach of top attractions including the culturally important square known as Marienplatz, this is a great place from which to begin an onward adventure.

If you’re eager to hit the road as soon as you arrive, why not pick up a car rental from Europcar Munich Main Station and be on your way in comfort and style?

The Europcar car hire experience at Munich Main Station

At Europcar, we make renting a car as straightforward as possible offering a wide range of vehicles to suit all driving preferences. We have both automatic and manual rides available in all sizes from small and compact like the Volkswagen Polo to spacious alternatives, with the Volkswagen Passat being a popular choice for families.

If you want to add a touch of luxury to your trip and cruise through Germany in a smart, sleek and sophisticated ride with all the latest mod-cons – our premium range is for you. You’ll find an extensive range of models from Mercedes-Benz as well as head-turners such as the Audi TT Coupé which combines an iconic style with an alluring performance.

Whatever you opt for, simply book online in three easy steps and make the most of our long and short-term car rental solutions which allow you to be mobile for a day, week, month or more.

Discover Munich and surroundings by car

Home to traditional beer gardens, bustling open squares and impressive architecture, Munich is quintessentially German and is a great city to explore by car.

There are many wonderful attractions to discover, but seeing as Marienplatz is just a stone’s throw from the train station; it makes sense to begin your journey here at this central hub lined with exciting boutiques and lively restaurants. It’s also the site of the Old Town Hall and the New Town Hall, of which the latter houses the Glockenspiel – a beautiful chiming clock which is over 100 years old. As well as listening out for the chimes, be sure to also check out the 32 life-sized figures which re-enact historical Bavarian events.

The Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady is also unforgettable. This is, quite possibly, the city’s most notorious landmark which dominates the Munich skyline and can hold over 20,000 people. The twin towers can be seen from a great distance and if you’re in the mood for a workout, you can climb to the top and enjoy spectacular views across the city and out towards the Bavarian Alps.

If you want to learn more about how Munich was affected by war, the Dachau Concentration Camp is just a thirty minute drive north-west and is a grim reminder of what went on during the Holocaust. Dachau was one of the first concentration camps in Nazi Germany and served as a model for all subsequent camps in the Third Reich.

With a hire car, you can also drive through the picturesque landscape of Bavaria of which Munich is the capital. Discover the many fortresses and palaces dotted throughout the region with top places of interest including the spellbinding Neuschwanstein Castle. Burghausen Castle (one of the largest castle complexes in the whole of Europe is also worth your time) and then there’s King Ludwig II’s Herrenchiemsee Palace which is home to the The King Ludwig II Museum.

Driving in Munich

Driving throughout Germany is usually a pleasant experience. The roads are typically well-maintained and as main routes are impeccably signposted, you should make it to most top destinations with ease. The Autobahn expressway is also a great way to get from place to place quickly, but be sure to navigate with care and don’t break the speed limits.

When driving in Munich, be aware of narrow roads as well as the many one-way systems dotted throughout the city. As a visitor, you should also know that much of central Munich is a low emissions zone where restricted access applies.

Parking your car is relatively straightforward. Limited on-street parking is available throughout the day although this is usually unlimited at night. Off-street parking lots are also plentiful but may be pricier. You may also prefer to leave your car on the outskirts of the city and make the most of the various Park and Ride services which operate throughout Munich.

Why choose Europcar in Munich Railway Station

  • Easy 3-step online booking: search, select, book
  • Friendly, reliable service
  • New, comfortable hire cars available
  • Award-winning car hire company
  • Flexible hire solutions to suit your needs

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